Miley Cyrus Rocks Brian Atwood Charity Shoes That Meghan 'Lips Are Movin' Trainor Would Approve Of
Miley Cyrus hit the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, like most of Hollywood's A-list, on Sunday night. While gowns were the preferred method of dress at the fete, the wild child opted for high-waisted, heart print pants with a black top by Schiaparelli. It was oh-so-Miley, but Miley Cyrus' Brian Atwood charity shoes were the real highlight of the outfit.
While the wide-legged trousers somewhat obscured her heels, her chunky platforms were adorned with red lips, which matched her own. Honestly, I expect Meghan Trainor to be wearing these while performing her latest smash "Lips Are Movin" live. Right?
Here's what we know about the Atwood pumps with the do good element, besides the innate fact that, like most Atwood designs, they are way, way sexy. The shoes benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Atwood created the pumps after a member of his family was diagnosed with the disease, so he is helping the cause by using his best skill!
There are several designs and they are a collab between Atwood and illustrator Donald Robertson for Atwood's Spring 2015 collection. Atwood told Style.com that "It's so special to be able to bring Donald into the MS family in an artistic way," via their shoes and the limited edition illustrated book that was made available last year. The full proceeds from sales of the shoes will be donated.
The lip print shoes were a Cinderella-like fit for Miss Miley since her mouth is her main feature, thanks to her penchant for sticking out her tongue. Here's the full ensemble.
Those pants are so bold.
You can see her "Karin" heel here.
And here! I so wish Miley had worn a mini, so I could further marvel at those shoes.
Wait, I can marvel more, with these product shots.
That's some thick heel! Hello, '90s retro!
This is the Lallie mule version.
And this is the Degas pump with a kittenish heel.
Here's more of a visual breakdown of Miley's VF party outfit, with an emphasis on those shoes. They are very '90s, thanks to the chunky heel. That print, though!
And remember, the shoes, which are available at Saks, are for an amazing cause. You look good, but feel better, while wearing them!
Images: Getty (4); Stylish Cyrus/Twitter (1); Saks (4)